Steve Whelan is a freelance writer who currently spins words into sentences for shots, the premier creative review magazine for the advertising industry. He lives in South London where he spends an unhealthy amount of time watching commercials, music promos and viral videos. For a brief period Steve lived in Berlin and harboured dreams of becoming an academic specialising in German Marxism. Then he chilled the fuck out and got a proper job.
He is not married, though he has a great girlfriend
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From the Dazed Archives: October 2008.
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